All of the actors in Meet the Mediums had a hand in writing, designing and directing the show.  Follow the links in their bios to see what else they're up to.

Morgan FitzPatrick Andrews (Montrose Medium, playwright, director, dramaturg, designer, drums and ukulele) was a noisemaker, a radio DJ, a vegan short-order cook, and then visual artist before starting to make theatre-in-earnest in 1998.  He’s since toured his shows around three continents and curated over 100 events for an international network of do-it-yourself theatre-makers at venues and festivals in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Vermont and Brazil.  Somewhere in there he earned a degree in performance studies from Goddard College, got some art and writing published in several books, and began working in the Theatre of the Oppressed with guidance from TOPLAB in New York City, Brazilian director Augusto Boal, and India's Jana Sanskriti movement.  Morgan lives in Philadelphia where he leads theatre workshops, teaches yoga, and is frequently called upon to dress up and MC various events.  He founded the Medium Theatre Company in 2011 as a means to mix these diverse disciplines and assuage the hunger of a growing cult of fans.

Dorie Byrne (Selene Medium, music director, accordion, piano, trombone and ukulele) hails from Sparta, New Jersey and has since taken her major in music to new heights, lengths and depths in recent productions of Richard III  and Less Miserable [sic] with Der Vorführeffekt Theatre. When she isn't acting in plays (which is most of the time) she's usually playing music for them.  She also distorts accordion sounds and performs live scores during Philadelphia's Fringe Festival with her band Upholstery.  She has the greatest job ever teaching girls how to play music with Girls Rock Philly.  Outside of music she works with animals; walking dogs and raising chickens.

Sarah Gladwin Camp (Marsha McMedium, director of choreography, bass drum and ukulele) began dance life at Swarthmore College, which gave her opportunities to study movement abroad in Australia and Eastern Europe, and later pursued professional training at Trinity Laban Conservatoire and The Circus Space in London.  She has danced in festivals throughout Eastern Europe and across the U.S. and has performed in Poland, Italy, England, Philadelphia, and NYC.  In 2004 she co-founded Green Chair Dance Group, a Philadelphia-based collaborative dance theater company with whom she continues to experiment, choreograph, perform.  She is Board President at Mascher Space Cooperative and sits on the Advisory Board of DanceUSA/Philadelphia.  Currently in Philadelphia Sarah designs and runs ZoomDance Action Adventure Story-Telling Movement Classes for young kids.  Doing cartwheels makes Sarah’s heart flutter and her whistling is better than her singing.

Dana Haberern (Aurora Medium, sound design, fiddle and ukulele) joined the Medium Theatre Company for its first play, The Sea of Tranquility, as an actor, singer, dancer, fiddle player, mandolinist, animated filmmaker and seamstress.  She also performs Shakespeare with Dead Playwrights Repertory and does magic tricks if you twist her arm.  Dana studied theatre at the University of the Arts but was corrupted by Headlong Dance Theatre's Performance Institute into making less traditional work.  She lives in a New Jersey home filled with pendulums, cellos, old-time radios, and almost anything else that the Medium Theatre Company might need for its productions—almost  anything.

Kimya Imani Jackson (Professor Sonia Doré, co-director, autoharp, bell and ukulele) has a B.A. in Psychology from Spelman College and Ph.D. in Biobehavioral Health from The Pennsylvania State University.  She is a dancer, performance artist, choreographer, experienced gerontologist, and a screendance practitioner and has been exposed to and explored all the ways the human body moves in various settings.  She has performed with {Your Name Here} Performance Collective, Urban Bush Women Leadership Institute, Eng & Friends Dance Company, Philadanco, Temple University, Freedom Theatre, Total Dance/Dancical Productions, and helped create the Medium Theatre Company's "Hall of Haunts" in 2012.  Additionally, she evaluates future medical doctors, teaches meditation/mindfulness seminars, and provides Reiki sessions.  Hello Kitty, candy corns, and cornbread are some of her favorite things in life!

Mason Rosenthal (Junior Medium, co-director, cello and ukulele) is an actor, dancer, director and teacher from Skokie, Illinois.  He holds a B.F.A. in drama from New York University where he studied with The Atlantic Theater Company Acting School.  In 2007 Mason joined the faculty at The Atlantic and has since taught many aspects of their core curriculum including voice, movement, script analysis, and acting technique.  He has studied improvisational dance techniques with his mentor George Russell, D.C. since 2006.  In 2011 he moved from NYC to Philadelphia to be the Headlong Performance Institute's first ever teaching fellow.  Mason is an original member of the Medium Theatre Company and co-created their first piece The Sea of Tranquility at Rutherfurd Hall in 2012.  Mason's work is currently supported by the Live Arts Brewery  as a 2012-2013 LAB fellow.

Travis Sehorn (Frank Falsetto, soundsmith, guitar and ukulele) is a performer and poet from Montana, now living in New Orleans.  He has toured three plays nationally with the Missoula Oblongata, starred in Der Vorführeffekt Theatre's production of Less Miserable [sic], as well as many other smaller theater projects.   Travis also works as a movie extra in New Orleans, and while on tour across Europe in 2010, he acted and performed music in Morning Dew, a futuristic animal apocalypse film made in London.  When on break from performing, Travis writes songs, which have resulted in 11 full albums.  Also a manuscript of poems will hopefully be published soon...